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Green energy innovator awarded for going even greener
OSEA member, Wind Simplicity, an Ontario-based producer of small wind mills has just been recognized for its innovative use of recycled materials. Determined to design the world's greenest wind turbine, Alfred Mathieu PhD and Sharolyn Vettese, the father and daughter who invented the Windancer horizontal axis wind turbine, chose to make the blades out of aluminum, a metal with a cradle-to-cradle lifecycle, which can be recycled over and over without losing its properties. That decision paid off for the company by earning it its sixth award. "Wind Simplicity gets it and gets it right," They are proof positive that you can manufacture a sustainable product - a product that helps sustain both energy and your bottom line," said Robin Wiener, president of the Institute of Recycling Industries, which bestowed the award.
Last Updated: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 4:51:18 PM
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